Jon Stewart’s ‘Daily Show’ Legacy: Changing How Americans See Satire

Jon Stewart’s ‘Daily Show’ Legacy: Changing How Americans See Satire

By Eric Deggans

Jon Stewart hosts his last episode of The Daily Show tonight, after 16 years as TV’s satirist supreme. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says Stewart’s barbs changed how people talk about politics and media.

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